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Kent College to open school in Hong Kong

Canterbury’s Kent College is to open a new school in Hong Kong in 2020 to boost the international reputation of the school. It will be the second overseas school for Kent College after Kent College Dubai opened in 2016.

Executive headmaster of Kent College, David Lamper, was joined by Stephen Ho of MacGregor Education to mark the official establishment of Kent College Hong Kong. Photo: Kent College

The new school will open in September 2020

At a recent signing ceremony in Canterbury, executive headmaster of Kent College, David Lamper, was joined by Stephen Ho of MacGregor Education to mark the official establishment of Kent College Hong Kong.

“Kent College is a highly regarded UK independent school with a global perspective”

The signing of the agreement signifies further international investment in the Kent College brand which is now recognised internationally, and further international projects are currently being explored in other areas of Asia and the Middle East.

Speaking at the signing, Lamper said Kent College is delighted to be working with such a well-established partner as MacGregor Education Consulting Limited and Ho, who has great integrity and an international academic reputation.

“This agreement will form a strong basis for Kent College in Hong Kong, which will reflect the values and ethos of the home school in Canterbury, and will add to the international reputation of the school,” he said.

Ho added that they are very much honoured to become the partner of Kent College.

“Kent College is a highly regarded UK independent school with a global perspective. By bringing the education standards and traditions of Kent College to Hong Kong, more students will have the chance to receive a world-class education,” he said.

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